He's 17 dude, 17! And he's being chased down by grown men begging him to come to their school. Odds are that he doesn't make it to the NFL (that's just a percentage play). So which school he picks will have a significant impact on his future based upon the value of an education at that school. He has a lot to determine - What will be my major? Which school is best in that department? Which school gives me the best chance to be employed and improve my family's life? Which head coach do I like better? Which position coach can do the best job of maximizing my potential?
He has to determine all of that (where he will spent 3-5 years of his life) while going to school and playing football. Based on your ideas, we should have just moved on from Kwon, Dixon, Pryor, and so many others whose recruitment went right down to the wire? So, if this is truly how you feel, just ignore recruiting, and don't help your kids with their college choices, or it will drive you and them crazy.